The top stories In the Independent this week :
Pipeline politics: Behind Museveni, Kenyatta, Magufuli moves in US$ 3.5bn deal.
Deal on US$2.3bn Standard Gauge Rail near: Kenya-Uganda in final discussions with Chinese bank.
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Will liberty take root in Africa?: Number of elected presidents has since 1975 grown from 3 of 46 to 47 of 48.
Scramble for Shs 90 trillion in oil deals: Ugandan firms in fight against foreigners.
Bank of Kigali seeks foreign listing: Nairobi, Johannesburg, London under consideration.
RSSB injects Rwf200m in survivor’s house rehabilitation.
Uganda Martyrs day : A celebration of faith by people from all walks of life.
Tax hike in Kampala: Traders say increase in taxes, fees, will increase the cost of doing business
Vivo Energy gets new boss:He promises to invest more in the one-stop shops.
Being cruel to be kind: Making people feel bad can be a strategy for helping them.
Want to know if someone is sick?: Listen to your brain, scientists say after new research.
Black face white mask Rukundo’s goes under the skin of colour perceptions.
Laba! festival brings Ubuntu spirit to city.
Barbara Nankya mothers abandoned babies: Barbara Nankya Mutagubya was appointed the Executive Director of Sanyu Babies Home (SBH) when she was just 24 years old and just a few months out of University in 1982.
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